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Parkway Flower Shop is an old flower shop, that has been catering to the people of Brooklyn for more than 75 years. This roadside store looks just like any other florist shop from outside, but once you step in, you are hit by an abundance of color and fragrance. The flower baskets and bouquets are set up systematically according to the occasion that they serve. Find flower arrangements for almost very occasion; be it anniversary baskets, new baby baskets, get well flowers and seasonal collections. Gift a special someone with a clear glass vase of red roses and orchids and show how much you care. A decent place to check out if you need a quick-fix-gift for someone during a visit to New York.
A haven for cyclists, Mr C's Cycles Inc is a well-stocked bike store. Spread across two floors, this store have a range of cycles for men, women and children. According to your needs, the store’s friendly staff will help you pick a cycle that suits you best. Along with bikes, they also sell items like clothing, helmets, shoes and biking accessories. Fitting and repair services are offered here. They also offer helmets and road, mountain and hybrid bikes on rent.
Target does not need any introduction. Their only branch in the city is a great place to shop for the entire family. This department store that is known for its discounted rates has everything in stock to care of all your daily essentials and more. You can be sure of quality merchandise even in their grocery section. Open early and closing at late in the night, it offers shoppers all the convenience to buy.
Brookfield Place is a massive and sometimes overlooked shopping plaza located in Battery Park City. There are plenty of stores which you may know such as Hermès, Diane Von Furstenburg and Gucci, but guests will also find other lesser-known ones like DVF and Cos Bar. Moreover, the dining options at Brookfield Place aren't your typical, run-of-the-mill eateries found at a suburban mall, here guests will find upscale, elegant restaurants like Amada for tapas, Blue Ribbon Sushi and there is even a P.J. Clarke's inside. This iconic NYC saloon/restaurant is actually one of its many hidden secrets.
Debbie Fisher's collection is more of subtle creativity than loud, make-a-statement pieces. Drawing inspiration from museum art, the jewelry is crafted using gold, silver, precious stones, moonstones, and the like. Necklaces, anklets, delicate earrings, rings, all complete with glittering stones and intricate patterns form a majority of the merchandise. Candles, slippers, personal accessories, and other paraphernalia are also on display. A must-visit for those who know their jewelry. Call ahead for timings.